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Montie FM is mine I set it up to defuse NPP’s lies-Harry Zakour Featured

Nov 15, 2015
The 2nd Vice Chairman of the ruling NDC, Mr. Harry Zakour has said that the Accra based Montie 100.1 FM is his and that the purpose for setting up the station is to  propagate the good works of the ruling NDC and defuse the lies perpetrated by the opposition NPP. Speaking at a door to door campaign in the Klottey Korle constituency organized for Dr. Zanetor Rawlings, the former board member of the Accra Hearst of Oak said let me tell you today, Montie FM is mine. ‘’It’s because of what Peace FM is doing,’’ so I set it up to counter the lies and political games NPP  NPP was playing, he said. Meanwhile he admonished all supporters of the party in the constituency to vote massively for Dr. Zanetor Rawlings because she is a ''good candidate'' who is strong and a good girl. He likened her [Dr. Zanetor] to former President Rawlings who had the nation at heart and so he challenged the supporters to give her the opportunity to lead the party. He lambasted the current MP, Hon. Nii Armah Ashitey for performing abysmally and failing to serve the interest of the constituents. He said, Rawlings is our father and our founder, he brought Hon. Nii Ashitey who has today turned his back on him [Rawlings] but he [Rawlings] has brought us his daughter who is formidable and committed, so give her the chance. You have the power, so on 21st November, go out there in your numbers and vote massively for Dr. Zanetor Rawlings. I have brought you a good candidate, she is good so don’t lose her. Do not allow Hon. Nii Armah Ashitey to deceive you to vote for him because he does not deserve your vote, he added.
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